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the heights the burglar went to and what he got away with. >>> also, a terrifying scene in sacramento as two people are killed in a crowded bar. tonight why a friend of the 22- year-old suspect is so surprised about what happened. >>> a small school for special needs students in the north bay has suffered a big loss after it was burglarized over the holiday break. ktvu's debora villalon is in san jose with how new horizons is looking to come back. >> this window was open and everything was unhooked. >> reporter: this is how the burglar left, with computers and crash. >> things were all open like they had been looking in through the cubert. new horizon serves 20 teenagers with disabilities. >> it probably saved my life honestly. these are people i care about, they're my family and i love them. >> stepped in here and came in. >> reporter: teachers wonder how the burglars knew to come in through the top floor then disabled motion detectors like they knew the place. >> it's disquieting that it could be somebody in the family because we do look at this place like a family. >> hard to keep your he
. >> rumors heating up about the sacramento kings. >>> during her term, she won praise for labor unions for enforcing labor laws. >>> three other top white people are staying put. eric holder, veterans affairs secretary. >> vice president biden hosted the first high level meeting of the new gun policy task force. it is critical for the nation to act following that shooting at sandy hook elementary. >> every once in awhile there is something that awakens the country. >> those attending today's meeting included parents of children killed in the mass shooting at a movie theatre in aurora colorado along with survivors of the 2007 virginia tech massacre. the president has vowed action and wants recommendations from that task force by the end of the month. >> national debate on gun control came to vallejo. a public meeting was hosted. >> i am a hunt era gun owner. you don't need them i don't need them nor do we need assault magazines. >> congressman thompson is looking for opinions how to prevent another tragedy. >>> police released a surveillance video in hopes of solving a 3 month old murde
long shot still remaining that could prevent the kings from leaving sacramento. >>> we are just minutes away from bay area youth taking to this very stage to slam gun violence in honor of dr. martin luther king. there's this island -- and it's got super-cute kangaroos. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ real big deals of the week. or why it doesn't have to be an adventure to stick to your new year's budget. because safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. right now, a case of arrowhead water is just $3.33. folgers is $7.99 for the large size. that's a huge deal. rise and shine. simply orange oj is just $2.88. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >>> i have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they wil
: backed by graphs and photos, the city late today said it plans to ask sacramento for about $2 million in emergency money. our cameras were there ten days ago, when the creek flooded the gardens neighborhood. damaging 7 homes. >> the people who live there are concerned. >> we've exhausted our local and regional resources in addressing the immediate flood controls and the levee stabilization needs. >> reporter: we've learned state officials may also be here. residents hoping that the goff's staff gets the message. john fowler, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> no rainfall in our forecast for tonight. in fact, clear skies. we have a big batch of high clouds offshore. if this cloud cover was over us, temperatures would not be as cold, but we do have dropping temperatures, and get ready for a very cold thursday morning. once again, we have a winter spare the air alert for tonight, with that cold temperatures, and also the rise in smoke out there. just keep that in mind. coolest locations will be in the upper 20s once again. santa rosa, napa, fairfield. 27 to 29 degrees. san francisco around 41. sa
year's eve shooting in oakland sacramento. 34-year-old charles fowler- scholz and 36-year-old amber scholz face charges of assault with a deadly weapon. they believe amber scholz instigated a fight between her husband and a man named carlito montoya. three other people were hurt. >>> a police standoff ends with four people dead in a small town still reeling from another mass shooting. how investigators say this one started. >>> the flu is officially here in the bay area. >> the new push to keep people healthy as the number of flu cases double. >> and the nhl may pull through with a partial season and why some say the deal end the hockey player lockout could end many hours. the ktvu 10:00 news continues in 90 seconds [ male announcer ] subway has so many heart-healthy and delicious meals certified by the american heart association. look for the heart check on your favorite subway fresh fit meals, from the tempting turkey breast & black forest ham with spinach to the protein-rich roast beef, and more. all five grams of fat or less. try 'em with juicy, ripe tomatoes, cool cucumbers o
to burst. >>> late word on the fate of the sacramento kings. >> plus -- >> reporter: the bat mobile goes up for sale. the hefty price one businessman paid to buy the crime fighting machine. >> holy sunshine, batman. the warm weather may soon go away. mark tamayo is tracking rain in the forecast. >> you did not just say that. >>> also a reminder that you can get ktvu news to go on your cell phone. download the ktvu app. and watch all of our newscasts live. you can be connected any where, any time. >>> and just a beautiful weekend across the entire bay area. beautiful conditions in terms of the winds, you can see the video here always amazing to see these scenes out to the west of pillar point. waves probably the keyword today was inconsistent as far as the descriptor with waves 15 to 20 feet. but we had waves approaching 25 feet topping off lots of smaller waves but lots of bigger ones. look at this person just taking off and what is called an f moving out of line there. lots of sunshine and a treat to see all of those big scenes. napa topped out 57. san jose 64 and mountain view in the mid-
here. and gun rights groups. the hearings will happen tuesday morning at the capital in sacramento. >>> former republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan down played the question that he would be running for president. >> i have a job to do, i represent wisconsin. >> reporter: ryan said he's focusing on his work in congress. >> he is especially concerned about upcoming cuts known as sequester cuts that would slash the budget. >>> within the past hour, a bipartisan group of senators has announced that an agreement has been reached on the principals to overhaul the nation's immigration reform. an estimated 11,000 people are in the country illegally. >>> the nation of brazil is in mourning after a fire broke through a club. the club was at twice its maximum capacity at the time of that fire. >> reporter: amidst billowing smoke, firefighters work to control a fire. the regional coordinator of civil defense says the blaze started after 2:00 a.m. after the acoustic insulation caught fire in the kiss nightclub in the southern brazil townover santa maria. the cause of the fire is sti
in the sa sacramento county the town of galt was killed. kevin tonn was a canine officer. he it was 11:30 this morning when police responded to a call. police say it all happened very quickly. there was a struggle, the gunman shot tunn -- tonn then took his own life. town and he especially knew the people who he dealt with most often. the criminal side of the town. >> reporter: the suspect has not yet been identified. officer tonn is said to be the first officer to be killed on duty in galt since that police officer was formed back in 1946. we've also learned that officer tonn was actively involved with the bay area organization cover your canine which provides bullet-proof vests for police dogs. president oe -- president obama is set to make his plan about the gun restrictions tomorrow. >> reporter: no longer do people have to come to a gun range to test their skills they can do it right on their phone. this comes as president obama is set to call for tighter gun restrictions. the nra has taken aim at violent games. but now they have released this shooting range app. >> i don't thi
10 rounds of ammunition. democratic lawmakers in sacramento say they expect a push for even stricter gun control laws. those could restrictions on the sale of devices that allow rapid firing of a large number of rounds, and greater regulation on the sale of ammunition. tonight at 10:30, our coverage continues. we're gauging reaction to the president's appeal, plus the one thing he could have done, but didn't. >>> many people in the bay area are making plans to be in washington for the start of the second term. amber lee is live, after talking with campaign volunteers who managed to get a ticket to the sear moan. amber? >> julie, tonight, we met two women who campaigned for president obama. they're now preparing to attend his inauguration. >> it's my first time, i am so excited. >> reporter: she picked up her ticket to the inauguration today, after being among the winners of a lottery from congressman joe miller's office. the 70-year-old had her nails done this afternoon. >> look. i'm so excited. >> reporter: she showed off her pride in the president. >> we worked so hard, then to hav
on january 28. >>> prosecutors have filed special circumstance charges against a sacramento man accused of shooting and killing two people in a bar on new year's eve. if convicted, montoya could face murder charges. >>> pittsburg police say an attempted home invasion ended with the intruder being fatally stabbed. >> reporter: police put up yellow tape. about 10:20 this morning it appears an intruder was trying to break into a home. >> this appears to be an interrupted burglary, an individual most likely thought no one was home. >> reporter: but police say a man was inside the apartment. heard someone fiddling with his front door and saw a stranger trying to get back in. >> he retreats back to his bedroom and retrieves a loaded firearm. by the time he makes it back to the front door he is confronted by the suspect who is now inside of his house. >> reporter: investigators say there was a scuffle. the resident dropped his gun and the intruder also dropped a gun which police later determine to be a replica. officers say the resident then picked up a knife and fatally stabbed the intruder i
of deangelo austin in sacramento this past saturday. 21-year-old javier garcia was arrested on december 27 in oakland, and the day before that, 26-year-old lucas anderson was arrested while already in custody in santa clara county, for according to court documents, a burglary charge. raven dixon was the first suspect arrested, december 18. today, police told us they still can't discuss any possible relationships between the suspects or the victim as far as details about the killing. >> we do not believe we have all the suspects in custody, necessarily. >> reporter: police did reiterated, investigators believe the home invasion was not a random act. >> the police did an outstanding job on this. it was an isolated incident, and that's the most important thing. >> reporter: at this point, investigators are not releasing any background information on the suspects in custody, such as their hometowns. they still hope people who know them will come forward. robert honda, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> new life tonight for a condemned pit bull in a legal tug of war between the dog's owner and the court
the bench to prevent the kings team from moving to seattle. meanwhile the sacramento bee reports one of the kings limited partners is considering a lawsuit to challenge the proposed sale to a group from seattle. >>> a dolphin in distress. we're going to tell you about its struggle to survive in polluted and unfamiliar waters. >> but first, our super bowl coverage continues. how the kaepernick era began. the phone call that reveals he would be a niner draft pick. >>> it was a top secret decision that helped lead the 49ers to the super bowl. jim harbaugh picking up kaepernick. while some stories are top secret, it isn't really a secret when dad is taking the attention. >> reporter: the dad a retired and very accomplished college coach in his own right and two sons they make it to the nfl. very top of the profession. so now flash back to nearly two years ago on the eve of the nfl draft, here's dad trying to talk his son jim into telling him who he's going to draft, it's a great listen. >> can you tell me? tell me, tomorrow you're going to draft a quarterback. who's it going to be? and
and lake mendocino. the radar loop showing rainshowers moving to the east and approaching sacramento in the next hour or two. we're going to hold on to that chance of a few light showers in the bay area for just the overnight hours as some of the that moisture moves to south. we do have some dropping temperatures. santa rosa right now checking in 44 degrees. napa, 45. san francisco in the upper 40s and san josi 47 degrees. we're talking about the winds and here is a look at some of the wind reports, sustain wind feedspeeds at 22 miles per hour out to sfo, fairfield at 10 and santa rosa at the south is the aerodirection at 7 miles per hour. the winds will be back as we head into your sunday, especially for the afternoon hours. for tonight, partly cloudy and breezy. tomorrow a sun-cloud mix with gusty winds. the extend, once again a dry weather pattern and temperatures do warm back up. first thing sunday morning partly cloudy skies. a little bit of a breeze out there. temperatures to start out the day definitely want to bundle up, oakland around 41 degrees. foreman 140 and san josi sta
in washington is being watched very closely in sacramento. >> when governor brown announced that his 2013 budget showed a surplus, many were surprised. today taylor stood by a report of a $2 billion deficit, but added. >> the budget is in balance. >> reporter: the governor's plan shows fiscal discipline. >> we think he should be commended for the plan that he's put before the legislature. >> living within our means, paying town debt, and strengthening education are the right policy choices for california, and we're pleased that the analyst agrees with the governor's assessment. the biggest risk to our forecast or the analysts forecastcom could come as early as next months, and that's from washington d.c. and what the federal government chooses to do or not to do regarding the debt ceiling. >> reporter: he said if washington fails to act on the debt creel, the national economy could dip, throwing all of the numbers off. >> that's going to have a very significant effect on revenues in california. >> reporter: the govern's budget that was released last thursday will be revised or updated in may.
: in sacramento, ken pritchett. >>> the governor's focus on education may come at the expense of some of the wealthiest school districts. the governor said the situation is different for people who grew up in oakland or compton than those growing up in piedmont. his proposal calls for pouring money into schools where students are learning english as a second language. >> disproportionally funding those schools that have disproportional challenges. >> reporter: wealthier schools could see cuts. the san mateo union school district says it expects to lose $4 million in state funding under the governor's new plan. >> we live, we soar. >>> in san francisco protesters held a rally on behalf of health and human services. they want the governor to restore full funding to programs for children, families, seniors and the disabilitied. they say budget cuts weaken the safety net for california's most vulnerable. >>> instead of concluding a search, we learned that san jose is expanding it. we learned that sandra pegoni wants more time to consider them and look at additional candidates. city offici
-dog lasers!?! >>> a fight is on now to keep the sacramento kings basketball team from moveing to seattle. comcast sports net says a deal is almost done to sell the team for $5 million. other investors are now working to keep them in the state capital. the maloof brother owners of the kings are still refusing to comment. >>> well let's keep talking about basketball now. warriors playing the blazers tonight. they almost blew it at the end. >> got a little scary at the end. a couple of years ago, many years we didn't care how the warriors win just as long athey get one. we're long away from critiquing any warrior victory. we take it any way they get them. not the best of basketball down the stretch against a sluggish portland team playing a second of back to back games. that man was the story as you will see in a minute. warriors started the second quarter 11-2 run. curry no look. lee who finished with 24 points. blazers fight back fourth quarter. lilard begins to heat up. this family loving it. warriors leading by four. landry the warriors up. but lilard won't go away. at one point he had
lance armstrong admitted he lied did doping. two sacramento county men filed a class action lawsuit today. they said they would not have bought the books if they had known about his use of performance enhancing drugs. >>> two new jersey men filed suit today claiming subway's foot long sandwiches don't measure up. we showed you this picture last week when it went viral. the lawsuit says the fast food chain is short changing customers, and they want to be compensated. the company said bread sizes can vary if employees don't bake them to exact standards. >>> the fire was actually part of the show. the charge the gallery owner could now face. >> plus train cars rigged with explosives. in news of the world, the effort to make rail cars safer for passengers. >> a woman is shot to death in san jose. her unique nickname, and why she was so well known in her neighborhood. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his
of the dollars. in sacramento, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> and at ktvu.com we posted more video of the governor's state of state address. look for the video player right there on our home page. >>> the district attorney has decided she will not bring charges against senior officials at a state park's department for hiding millions of the dollars in state funds. a report from california's attorney general accused state park officials of keeping a secret slush fund even as they threatened to close seven state parks because of funds. camela harris forwarded the report to the d. a however the d.a.'s office now says it would be difficult to prove wrong doing plus the money was never spent and nobody profited from the scream. >>> i've seen him some where. >> ktvu shows you the sketch of an attempted kidnap suspect. tonight see the video of how the victim escaped. >>> san jose finally gets their sharks but are they going to have to pay for the lock out. >> and the areas that could have rain in the morning. >>> black and teal is back. the san jose sharks return to hp pavilion tonight a
amendment guarantees their right to bear arms. >>> a controversial new bill was introduced in sacramento today that would allow teachers and other staff to carry weapons on campus. the bill would allow schools -- the republican authors say the massacre in newtown connecticut is what inspired their bill. san francisco senator leyland lee called the bill ludicrous. >>> finding money to cover the gun buy back program that ran out of cash. the county collected more than 800 guns, offering 100, to $200 for them. the problem is they ran right through the $43,000 they had allocated from the problem. officials now say they'll use $30,000 from a safety net last fall to give people vouchers. >>> a number of tickets issued this past sunday for parking meter violations. the san francisco municipal transportation agency said nearly 1800-meter violations were issued on sunday. the fines start at $62. this was the first sunday that tickets were issued since sunday parking metering went into effect. >>> san francisco police are asking for your help tonight in locating a man suspected of stabbing a woman
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